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sun you will see to the south with temperatures at 63 in santa cruz and santa rosa and upper 50's to low 60's for most of us. the next couple of days the pattern shifts tomorrow. a cooler trends starts on wednesday and first chance of rain is thursday with temperatures in the middle-to-upper 50's. sue has a new accident. >> i did. westbound at the bay bridge toll plaza. the left-hand cash lanes are stacked up because there is an accident at the toll plaza and crews are on the scene to push the cars out of there and someone was paying a toll and someone slammed into the back of them. no metering lights but the reason no the delay is an accident at the plaza. southbound 680 at scott creek road an accident blocking the off ramp and tow truck is on the scene getting the accident out of there north 87 the guadalupe parkway, that should be cleared any time. here is a look at drive times headed out 580 over the san mateo bridge and 101 over santa rosa. >> new this morning, when the 49ers next season fades into memory, so will san francisco's candlestick park. the city plans to blow up th
, everyone was sharing and talking about the new commemorative rosa parks stamp released on what would have been her 100th birthday. irmgard says i can't wait to buy some. she led the way for freedom. kathy says it's about time. and on a forever stamp. that sends a real message. remember forever. laura says we should all aspire to have her courage and vision. i have something to say about rosa parks' legacy and what she meant to the civil rights movement coming up later in this show. >>> but we want to hear what you think, too. please head over to facebook and search "politics nation" and like us to join the conversation that keeps going long after the show ends. axiron, the only underarm treatment for low t, can restore testosterone levels back to normal in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18. axiron can transfer to others through direct contact. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant, and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may
for oakland, san francisco, 48 currently. 39 already in santa rosa. and san jose down to 46 degrees. tonight, we will see some 30s, upper 30s in the south bay. 35 for santa rosa and pacifica, 46. satellite and radar review will show you the ridge of high pressure is holding on. as that ridge begins to move away from us we will go from northerly north easterly wind. it will cool us down. cooler air moving in before we get showers. tomorrow, mainly sunny, mild again. the cool air will be here in the middle of the week and showers for the first time all month long will be here starting on thursday. highs tomorrow, san jose, 62. concord, 61. vallejo, 59. notice will cool down already with the onshore flow. right along the coast. 52. sanfrancisco, 54. here is the extended forecast. low 60ss inland. staying dry. upper 50ss near the bay. low 50s at the coast. here comes the first rain of the month on thursday. rain showers likely lingering into friday and right now a quick look at next weekend looking dry. cooler than this weekend. the beautiful bay
. no, we're not. ♪ ask an allstate agent about the value plan. are you in good hands? >>> rosa parks was born 100 years ago today. and today her birthday was referred to correctly as national day of courage. the postal service has issued a new stamp in her memory. and today at the henry ford museum in dear born, michigan where the famous bus is kept, visitors were allowed to take a seat where rosa parks made history. >>> at a new york synagogue, ed koch was remembered as the quintessential new york mayor. it was an emotional service, especially during the remarks of the current mayor, michael bloomberg, who along the way mentioned koch's choice to be buried at trinity cemetery in upper manhattan. think about it, he said, a poli polish jew in a largely dominican neighborhood. what could be more new york or more ed koch? they carried the casket out of the church to the tune of the sinatra classic, "new york, new york." >>> lavonne pepper davis died, the inspiration for the gina davis character in "a league of their own," a movie that taught us all, there is no crying in baseball. peppe
to get rid of because of the low sun. still veto a half mile in santa rosa and three miles in oakland and four in hayward and two in san jose so everywhere but fairfield, dealing with the low clouds. the temperatures have been kept mild because of this, in the mid-40's too low 50's. that is all we can get, not much warm from the where we were this morning. mid-to-upper 40's at monterey bay and 50 in gilroy so we have pockets of sunshine this afternoon, and cooler days this week, and that will end with a chance light rain on thursday, and cool showers on friday and the storm is coming down great alaska so that means our hilltops if there is enough moisture left on friday could get a dusting of snow. the temperatures, today, a far cry from where we were last time on friday, we looked at mid-to-upper 60's and now we have mid-to-upper 50's. you can see by the blue the clouds will linger longer and the green is the warmer temperature, the 60's, out of the bay area that is where we are seeing it, with fog in monterey bay, the blue is here, and salinas and monterey and outside of that, we ar
but it is taking forever to get rid of because of the low sun. still veto a half mile in santa rosa and three miles in oakland and four in hayward and two in san jose so everywhere but fairfield, dealing with the low clouds. the temperatures have been kept mild because of this, in the mid-40's too low 50's. that is all we can get, not much warm from the where we were this morning. mid-to-upper 40's at monterey bay and 50 in gilroy so we have pockets of sunshine this afternoon, and cooler days this week, and that will end with a chance light rain on thursday, and cool showers on friday and the storm is coming down great alaska so that means our hilltops if there is enough moisture left on friday could get a dusting of snow. the temperatures, today, a far cry from where we were last time on friday, we looked at mid-to-upper 60's and now we have mid-to-upper 50's. you can see by the blue the clouds will linger longer and the green is the warmer temperature, the 60's, out of the bay area that is where we are seeing it, with fog in monterey bay, the blue is here, and salinas and monterey and outside of
novato and 39 santa rosa and 50 in antioch where the clouds are sitting. 47 fremont and san francisco 48 and we have 46 right now in san jose. here is a look at our forecast. as i mentioned low clmuds and pockets of dense fog overnight. look for midday clearing. we will see afternoon sunshine for your monday, and really enjoy monday and tuesday. the clouds will chicken up and then rain returns by the end of our workweek. and much colder temperatures. speaking of cold temperatures as you just noted, temperatures are already in the 30s. we will see them slip a few more . 36 for santa rosa. we will keep 40s around the bay area with san francisco 45 and 41 for san jose. the set up high pressure it has been with us the past four or five days bringing us the mild weather pattern. it will stay with us through about wednesday. after that the high starts to break down. i will go ahead and move ahead to 5:00 a.m. wednesday. you can see the clouds thickening up. this is worth taking a look at. it is mainly dry conditions on wednesday, but check out thursday. that's 5:00 a.m. thursday. you can see
in santa rosa for a man who disappeared in a state park. it started when a couple called 911 to report a man in a pickup truck had followed them to their house and was strangely. by the time police had got there, the man had reportedly walked into annandale state park. around the same time, family members called to say he was missing and suffering from mental health issues. then a few hours later a mountain biker reported coming across a man in that park who was naked and chanting. >> mountain biker saw that. did not confront it or talk to him and then came down and reported that to us. last night henry as well as some deputies from the sheriff's department did a ground search, an aerial. we were unable to locate him and it was decided based upon the fact the reported sighting, that we would call out the search and rescue team. >> reporter: a woman at the scene who identified herself as the man's wife described him agency 6'6" with sandy brown hair and about 185 pounds. >>> police in fairfield continue to search for answers and a suspect in the case of a girl found dead in a park frida
service honors rosa parks. a forever stamp with her likeness goes on sale today. parks is widely known for refusing to give up her seat on a bus to a white passenger in montgomery, alabama back in 1955. she would have turned 100 years old today. >>> still ahead on fox 5 morning news, much welcome work is about to get under way at a busy metro stop. >> we are checking back in with tucker barnes for your workweek forecast. we'll be back. >>> nobody can be against you. no matter what you go through this life inform you keep your faith in him. every time i saw this moment, i try to let my teammates know what this moment would feel like and last night when i had the conversation with them, i just came directly from my heart to tell them what this feeling would feel like and what god had showed me. >> ray lewis' shout out to god this morning. very happy indeed. >> yes. and as well as baltimore ravens fans. dave ross will be up there in baltimore for us later on this morning. we'll check in with him later on. let's take a live look at washington d.c. there. >> s later this afternoon only in t
was 88. >>> today would have been civil rights activists rosa parks 100th birthday. the postal service will debut a postal stamp in her honor today. koch is cred-- the sample is th second in a series of three civil rights stamps being released this year. the stamps are now on sale nationwide. >>> this morning, president obama is urging the boy scouts of in america to end its controversial ban on homosexual members. in an interview yesterday with cbs, the president said everyone should have a fair shot. >> the scouts are a great institution that are promoting young people and exposing them to opportunities and leadership that it will serve people for the rest of their lives. i think that nobody should be barred pour that. >> the organization is set to vote on wednesday skbliefrj the family of muhammad ali is punching back about -- a british tabloid first reported that ali was close to dyingment then the report quickly spread on the internet. ali's wife released these photos of the 71-year-old over the weekend showing anymore him in his ravens gear. she also said he knows he's okay becau
, because the school is already known for being an open community. >>> civil rights pioneer rosa parks would have turned 100 today. the u.s. postal service is marking her birthday with a new forever stamp. you can buy it at your local post office beginning today. back in 1955, she was arrested for refusing to give up her seat to a white passengers in montgomery, alabama. her defiant act sparked the civil rights boy coit and -- >>> as we celebrate black history month, nbc reveals the grio.com 100 making history. among those from our argument, the washington bureau chief. we'll learn about the career past that turned strickland into a leadership role in the news business. >>> just over a month since new year's. a lot of people have given up on their resolutions, but some have just started making theirs. nbc's kirk gregory explains wise procrastinating has been so popular. >> reporter: it's the first week of february. how are you doing with your resolutions? a survey from retailmenot.com just found out if you're getting around to making them, you're not alone. >> we found that half of people su
stamp in honor of civil rights icon rosa parks. it coincides with what would have been her 100th birthday. parks made her way into the history books following the arrest for refusing to give up her constituent on the bus. >>> the moment that got everyone talking about the super bowl wasn't a touchdown, it was when the lights went out at the superdome. the internet practically exploded. some blamed the power outage on beyonce, others blamed it on the batman villain bain. do we know for sure what caused the power outage? >> i slept her last night. is alicia keys still doing the national anthem? we're going to talk about how long it took her to get through the national anthem, carol. that was part of social media. i was on this anchor desk until midnight checking social media, and, yes, my trusty tweet deck was going crazy. i want to show you some of the tweets that were going through. you mentioned bain and batman. this one viewer said, "people of gotham" -- talking about the classic scene in the last batman movie, where someone took over a movie theater. one viewer said, "luckily
steph to vegas. >> vegas, baby! >> stephanie: unsolicited endorsement. i've got that. sid in santa rosa writes steph i've had the steph cast subscription since it came in on the pony express. now, ta-da, the steph app. just look for the dollface in the lacy black cocktail dress. thank you. i don't have to put the shows on my iphone. steph will manifest. so darling girl, you will be going with me to vegas next week. >> vegas, baby vegas! >> stephanie: i get to travel a lot more now that i'm an app. to mexico in march and in vegas i'll introduce you to my step sis who still loves sarah palin. then i'll introduce you to my pals who have ipads. pack a bikini. love sid in santa rosa. what kind of bikini does an app buy? >> a lacy black cocktail bikini. >> stephanie: is there an app bikini store? >> yes, there are. yes, you can buy bikinis with apps. >> stephanie: because i'm the ungal with the fart joke streaming. ♪ ♪♪ i can hear her song ♪ ♪ all the way from l.a. ♪ ♪ california dreaming ♪ ♪ she's such a liberal gay ♪ ♪ she's such a liberal gay ♪ >> stephanie: rocky m
-- rosa delaura. people on the outside. judy lickman in 1993 was head of the legal women's defense fund. she and her colleague played critical rules in getting the fmla written, introduced and across the finish line. i want to mention those heroes who worked so hard for this important bill. but there's still more work to do, mr. president, to insure that families are fully able to see their family responsibilities as well as maintain economic security. today workers are ineligible to take fmla for a variety of reasons. some workers do not have enough tenure with their current employer, even if they have been in the workforce for years. you see, the fmla requires a year of service. but in today's economy, workers more frequently change jobs. and, of course, family emergencies happen without warning. other workers are not able to accumulate the required 1,250 hours of work at a single employer in the preceding year. with the growth in part-time work, both by choice and by necessity, more workers may be ineligible for fmla even though they are long-term, dedicated employees. and millions o
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